How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Crystal Hotel Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... on down to the louvre and took a few pics, grabbed some baguettes and found a shady spot for lunch and a rest. Through the gardens and to cleopatra a needle - on Jodie's to do list before going onto the orangerie to see monets giant painting. Even the kids thought they were good. After some deliberation, splashed out on a museum ...
... we had booked a private tour of the Louvre and we were very excited when we met our guide near the famous glass pyramid in the large courtyard of the museum. We had a truly wonderful time touring the museum and we were treated to an excellent overview of the largest and most popular collection of art and artifacts in the world. Having only one evening to enjoy this amazing collection we certainly didn’t see it all but our guide did a great job of taking us through many ...
... my travels fuller, richer and perhaps more realistic. After Korea I was sort of ready for anything - open to all things - expecting nothing - waiting to be surprised. Travel always surprises. I loved things I never thought I would, and things I'd dreamt of doing for years had little effect on me. I realised immediately in Shanghai airport how happy I was to be back in Asia. I had the same pack on my back and little to no cares in the world. I was back to where it had all began. Bring on ...
... of the reservation where I said a first floor room if there was no lift? Up some pretty steep stairs ( thank you Hostel keeper for toting those bags!). and into our room which is about perfect for the price, simple, small, clean and has a window out onto one of the tiny , little streets. Lots of people walking talking and just so much adding to the flavor of where we are. Once in our room, Gail needed a shower and bit of a rest and I needed a SIM card, so I took off to find ...
... the Eiffel Tower!). Keely’s parents and Kaitlyn had never been here before, so it was very fun to share this experience with them. Scot’s mom hadn’t been here for over 30 years, and Ross hadn’t been here since he was 10. So…it was very fun to share this great spot with our family!
We returned to our apartment to enjoy some wine together, and enjoy the wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower from our living room (without the throngs of ...